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Gabe Khouth Who Portrayed ‘Sneezy’ In “Once Upon A Time” Died Of Cardiac Arrest

ABC’s fantasy drama “Once Upon A Time,” is one of a renowned series that worked well on its side and so is the Sneezy/Tom Clark of that series. This will come as a shock to many that the Gabe Khouth who portrayed the role is no more. The sad demise came on Tuesday when the actor was riding a motorcycle and suddenly suffered a cardiac arrest.

The Sad Demise

Natasha Trisko Pezzente, Khouth’s representative, confirmed the same to ‘Today.’ She reported that the 46-year-old succumbed to the cardiac arrest on 23rd July. “Gabe has contributed to our industry in so many different ways as an entertainer, voice-over artist, actor, and creative soul,” Pezzente expressed. “He was a client and friend, and he will be dearly missed by all the lives he has touched and will always be in our hearts.”

Gabe Khouth In Once Upon A Time. Image Credit: ABC
Gabe Khouth In Once Upon A Time. Image Credit: ABC.

Family And Fans Paid The Honor

Actor and comedian Peter Kelamis who was Khouth’s friend also gave a confirmation to the sad demise. On his Twitter account he honored his friend with words like “On July 23rd, my friend, Gabe Khouth appeared to suffer a cardiac arrest while riding his motorcycle and tragically died as a result. Gabe ALWAYS put a smile on everyone’s face. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. RIP-You kind, kind soul#Heartbroken #gonetoosoon.”

Khouth’s brother Sam Vincent came up with an emotional message on Friday. Khouth “went out doing what he loved and he’s at peace now,”  he said in his Twitter video.

Khouth’s on-screen brother in “Once Upon A Time,” Lee Arenberg also paid honor to the actor. He wrote that he is “devastated beyond words.”

Adam Horowitz, “Once Upon A Time” co-creator remembered Khouth as “a lovely man, a great talent, and an indelible part of ‘Once Upon A Time’ since the beginning.”

Khouth’s Contribution To The Entertainment World

In the entertainment world, Khouth was a great contributor as an actor and as a voice artist too. He is working in the industry since the 1990s. “Life Sentence,” “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” “iZombie,”  and “Supernatural” are some of his recent works. Peng of the “Fruit Ninja” series and Ken in “Beyblade Burst” are the characters to whom he gave his voice.